Cold dermatitis and couperose: how to protect the skin from the cold?

The colder months can bring a number of uncomfortable skin conditions as temperatures drop and the air becomes drier. IThe cold causes blood vessels to constrict, reducing circulation to the skin’s surface depriving it of the oxygen and nutrients needed for healthy skin. This can cause redness, inflammation, dryness, scaling, itching and irritation, and in extreme cases even crackingcold dermatitis, couperose and eczema – which can cause discomfort and embarrassment in those with sensitive skin.

By reading the following article you will find advice on how to effectively manage these skin conditions and live peacefully even in the coldest months with healthy and glowing skin!

What are cold dermatitis and couperose?

People with sensitive skin can develop a number of conditions such as cold dermatitis e la couperose, due to their reaction to common environmental factors, such as extreme temperatures or exposure to the sun or wind.

Cold dermatitis is a condition in which the skin becomes red and itchy when exposed to temperatures below normal body temperature. It often occurs in individuals with fair, sensitive skin who are also exposed to windy conditions, resulting in the development of painful rashes and bumps on the face, neck, arms and hands.

Similarly, couperose is an inflammatory disorder that appears on the face in the form of redness that causes a sensation of heat in the affected areas, which can vary in intensity due to thermal or emotional changes. Couperose is often underestimated and confused with Rosacea (or Acne Rosacea), a chronic inflammation of the skin.

In addition to these physical symptoms, cold dermatitis and couperose can also be accompanied by psychological effects such as low self-esteem, feelings of embarrassment or shame due to the appearance of one’s skin. As a result, people who suffer from it may be inclined to avoid social situations or crowded places for fear of being judged on their appearance.

Remedies to protect sensitive skin from the cold.

To protect sensitive skin from the cold and avoid skin stress, it is necessary to prevent and treat the most affected areas such as the face and hands with suitable cosmetics with a moisturizing, soothing, anti-inflammatory and microcirculation stimulating action. Furthermore, to better protect yourself from the elements and prevent further damage to the skin it is advisable to wear protective clothing such as hats, scarves and gloves when outdoors, avoid too hot or long showers or baths, use delicate detergents specifically formulated for sensitive skin and avoid harsh products (such as toners) that contain alcohol or perfume.

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